His sculptural work begins within figurativism to give way to new, more abstract forms. Antonio Borandi collaborates with the recognized art critic Angel Marsà in the temple of the Sagrada Familia. He makes light sculptures where the essence lies in the use of heterogeneous materials such as wood or cotton. It is a work where the volumes are proportional to the hollow spaces and the movement is like an exhalation, a sigh or the soft breeze that ends up doubling some forms that seem to dance. A new way of sculpturing in which the form is not defined by the weight but the lightness of the bodies that move around.